David Brown & the Krewe of Sound | The Watcher

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The Watcher

by David Brown & the Krewe of Sound

Wide range of rock songs of personal love and social indignation inspired by angst, weird times and politics.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. The Watcher
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2. We Belong
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3. Hey Prelude
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4. Hey
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5. Jack Blows It
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6. Smokin' Pot
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7. Neutral Ground
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8. Saturday Night At the Shopping Mall
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9. Walls Into Doors
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10. Ready To Live
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11. Everything Sucks But Me
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12. Metal Prayer
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13. Have You Had Enough
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Watcher album and the title song "The Watcher" empowers the listener to feel that the world and politics is bad, but with good music and attitudes, all negative things can become positive. "We Belong" is an anthem song bringing all people together in love. "Hey" is a Jethro Tull inspired song warning us to open our eyes and see what is going on in the world. "Jack Blows It" is a feature for the amazing sax sounds of Jack Braet. "Smokin' Pot" is a song about how legal drugs can be just as harmful as illegal drugs and that there is much inconsistency around this topic. "Neutral Ground" is a pleasant instrumental reminding us of the beauty and simplicity of living in New Orleans. "Saturday Night At the Shopping Mall" is a silly rockabilly tune about the weird rituals and happenings at your local shopping mall. "Walls Into Doors" explores seeming contradictions of equality, while "Ready to Live" explores the beauty and grace of life. "Everything Sucks But Me" is basically a humorous rant about the problems with politics as is "Have you Had Enough". "Metal Prayer" reclaims heavy metal for positive spiritual purposes.

The Watcher is live in the studio with minimal overdubs and therefore sounds as if it is in the same room with you.


David Brown & The Krewe of Sound brings the 60’s and 70’s prog rock and jazz-funk fusion into the 21st century. They also have a sense of fun and party.

David Brown and the Krewe of Sound - formed by David Brown a graduate of Music Theory & Composition and his wife Barbara, have been playing music together for more than 25 years. David and Barbara are both New Orleans natives and therefore are influenced by the funk and jazz of their city and incorporate it into all their music. Also on this CD is
Jack Braet a graduate of North Texas State who adds shock and awe with his amazing woodwinds as well as Dan Albrecht a hard driving but tasty drummer.




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